This edited volume shows the relationship between dream research and its usefulness in treating patients. Milton Kramer and Myron Glucksman show that there is support for searching for the meaning of dream as experiences extended in time. Dreaming reflects psychological changes and is actually an orderly process, not a random experience. Several chapters in this book explore interviewing methodologies that will help clients reduce the frequency of their nightmares and thus contribute to successful therapy.
About the Editors:
Milton Kramer,MD, is emeritus professor of psychiatry at the University of Cincinnati. He has produced seven books, the most recent beingThe Dream Experience, along with writing 181 articles, 155 abstracts, and 68 book reviews and discussions having to do primarily with dreams, sleep disorders, and other health-related issues
Myron Glucksman,MD, is a clinical professor of psychiatry at New York Medical College, as well as a training and supervising analyst on the faculty of its psychoanalytic institute. He is the author of many papers, has co-edited two books, and most recently authoredDreaming: An Opportunity for Change.